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To: Songcraft

President Trump NEVER starts his press conferences on time.

Stop watching Faux Knews and you will be better off. There is always Youtube.com

I appreciate the President much more than 5.

Mr. President, please schedule these press briefings at 6 PM Eastern, rather than 5:30 PM. Knock off the “Bret Baier” show, rather than “The Five” show!


6 posted on 08/04/2020 2:07:11 PM PDT by Dacula
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To: Dacula

I think Trump picks the five o’clock hour for various reasons. The markets have closed, so nothing that is said will have any effects on it. It gets his word out there in time for the evening news and the late cable shows.


7 posted on 08/04/2020 2:09:05 PM PDT by Buckeye McFrog (Patrick Henry would have been an anti-vaxxer)
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As an observer or participant? "‘He’ll Be There’ — Jill Biden Says Joe Will Show Up To The Three Scheduled Debates" https://t.co/PS7X6lCoAT— Tammy Bruce (@HeyTammyBruce) August 4, 2020


8 posted on 08/04/2020 2:09:20 PM PDT by Miss Didi ("After all...tomorrow is another day." Scarlett O'Hara, Gone with the Wind)
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To: Dacula

No, actually "The Five" is a fun show to watch, and is one of the few Fox shows I still watch.   You would still be able to hear ever single word the president says, if he started the briefing just one half hour later.   You would not miss one single word, one syllable, or one letter, so you don't have to worry about that.   Instead of being able to watch all of Trump's briefing and half of "The Five", if Trump timed it right, you would be able to watch all of Trump's briefing and all of "The Five".

11 posted on 08/04/2020 2:29:51 PM PDT by Songcraft
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